Hello! I have certainly been enjoying seeing Snowdrops in bloom on many of the blogs that I read. I just went out for a jaunt around the yard to capture some images of my darling little volunteer flowers. I love how they self-spread! These are right under the bay window in our family room.
We have a massive patch of them in our front entry walkway.
They must love oak leaves. :-)
Walking back to the deck I spied Simba, our ginger tiger cat that graces us with his presence. I always talk to him in a soothing manner.
But as soon as I began walking toward the deck he slunk down and went under the deck to avoid that dangerous woman with the camera. :-)
After a ridiculous amount of rain this month, we're having ONE dry day. Wahoo! They say the rain returns tomorrow. wah.
The pond in winter is not as attractive as it is in Spring and Summer. Did I tell you that we lost our two huge Koi during that last horrible freeze? I was very sad. We'd had them for 4 years or so and they'd survived other freezes, but this one went on too long and they perished. Oddly, the two little goldfish survived.
I met up with my new friend Natalie on Wednesday and gave her the hats that Meredith and I made for her and her friend. She promised to send a photo of the two of them wearing their hats soon. We asked a passerby to take this photo of the two of us.. she's way cuter than I am! :-) She loved the hats!
Do you have any weekend plans? My younger sister Denise is coming out here tomorrow and we're going to string some turquoise beads and make a bracelet for her. I might work on my new beads for a bracelet, too. I'll take some snaps.
News - 45 did a press conference yesterday - he told a bunch of lies and bullied the news reporters - it was not easy to watch. But I did watch because I want to be informed. So many bad things have happened lately, they are defunding the National Endowment for the Arts, defunding the Environment Protection Agency, Immigration officers are arresting Mexican people that have no criminal backgrounds, taking mothers away from their children, fathers away from their families. Much much more.. please read this NY Times article. Click HERE.
((hugs)), Teresa :-)